The Ghana U-20 Women’s national team, the Black Princesses rose to the occasion to avenge their 1-0 defeat to their Moroccan counterparts in a friendly match last Thursday, by beating them 4-0 at the Accra sports stadium on Monday.
The Black Princesses played against Morocco last Thursday in a friendly match as part of their preparations for the 2021 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifiers, and suffered a 1-0 defeat to the Young Lioness. Coach Yusif Basigi was impressed with his girls’ performance despite the marginal defeat, and assured of an improved game in the next game against the same opponents on Monday.
The Princesses lived up to expectations be recording an emphatic win over Morocco on Monday morning in Accra.
The Ghanaians bossed the game right from the word go, and star forward Mukarama Abdulai struck in the 16th minute to put the Princesses in front following a beautiful build up. The 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Golden Shoe winner bagged her brace by adding to the tally in the 26th minute before Doris Boaduwaa made it 3-0 for Ghana to put the damage beyond repairs for the Moroccans ten minutes later.
The first half ended with a 3-0 lead for the Black Princesses.
The Young Lioness began the second half with high intensity, producing an almost impenetrable defence for Yusif Basigi’s side. However, the Ghanaian lads proved stronger and their relentless efforts counted when Suzzy Dede Teye climaxed proceedings with another goal for Ghana to make it 4-0.
Unlike last Thursday, the defence of the Princesses proved much resolute, denying Morocco of a consolation as the game ended with a 4-0 win for Ghana.
Below are some pictures from Black Princesses’ victory over Morocco: